AC/DC Member Brutally Disrespected By Tommy Lee


Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee recently recounted a hilarious story on SiriusXM radio about biting late AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young, which angered him, as he saw it as brutal disrespect.

He said, “Remember Malcolm Young? From AC/DC?”

He added, “I bit the fuck out of him, and he was just like. ‘Fuckin’ mate! Fuckin’ idiots!’ We were like, ‘Dude, we love you.’ It’s like a kiss!”


Motley Crue ‘The Dirt’ biopic director Jeff Tremaine and Tommy Lee actor Machine Gun Kelly were recently interviewed about the new Netflix film by Vice.

Justin Staple: When did you first come across The Dirt?

Jeff Tremaine: It was 2002 when I first read the book, right when we were making the first Jackass movie for MTV Films and Paramount. When I wanted Steve-O to destroy something, I would put on Mötley Crüe’s “Live Wire” or “Shout at the Devil” and it would get him going right away. He was and still is a superfan. But I immediately connected to the story of the band, because it was so similar to what were going through with Jackass. The partying, the drugs, the strained friendships. Plus I was a product of the 1980’s and wanted to show that era for what it really was. I felt like I could tell this story right, and after eight years trying to make it, it doesn’t even feel real.

Colson Baker (Machine Gun Kelly): I first read The Dirt when I was 13 in Cleveland, Ohio. I became a huge fan of the fast lane lifestyle that they talked about. Being a midwest kid sitting in the middle of Ohio, I wished that I could have some of that life that I read about. Then I read Tommyland right after and I got lost in the fantasy of that rock and roll lifestyle in a very inspired way. When I heard that The Dirt was being made into a movie I chased that role for about three years.